DNA of Rich Entrepreneurs

DNA of Rich entrepreneurs never sleep with the problems who has faced ever.

Convert Problems into Opportunites: Rich entrepreneurs never avoid any problems; they are always ready to work on new challenges. For example, see due to corona, a lot of people lost their jobs, but rich entrepreneurs’ lockdowns take it as new challenges and create a new path for themself.

You can look at the situation and feel victimized. Or you can look at it and be excited about conquering the challenges and opportunities it presents. — Jack Welch

If you call yourself Entrepreneurs, you must create at least one opportunity in Lockdown. Before the pandemic, I was running an online food tech company, but in Lockdown, I created two incomes for myself; first started my blog, and second I learned to trade and invest in the stock market. In the coming time, my blog and my trading mantra will take the shape of new startups.

Never Give-Up: Once you decide this is the big problem, and any more significant problems can not solve in a month or years, it will take a decade. But in this journey, you faced many small-small obstacles or failures. Each failure and criticism take it as new motivation but never give up. See what happens if Thomas Edison has given up their ideas; another burning example is Tesla founder Elon Musk.

Detailed Lovers: Real entrepreneurs love the detailing about everything. They are curious about their roles and responsibilities. They want to go deeper and deeper into every project they take on hands-on.

Love to Speak, Write & Listen: They (Founders)are just college graduates or drop out, they are not high scorers in their college time, but they love to speak about themself; whenever they get the opportunity to speak, they speak without hesitation.

Most founders take CEO roles in their organization, not because of executions but at the beginning stage of the company because of how well they explain the ideas. Few entrepreneurs are introverted like Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg, but they are also great writers. Writing does not mean you have written a book. If you write your daily journal, write on your LinkedIn and Medium. Almost 90% of founders are on Medium and running their blog.

Conclusion: When I started our company, I hesitated to speak in the public domain, but once I had studied the Billion Dollars founder profiles, then I developed the writing skills; as a founder, Entrepreneurs you must inculcate all four in yourself. And I hope a few of them already possess. I have written my experience and anything extra you can add in the comment sections. The article is originally published on Medium.Thank You for reading!

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